Author: Professor Philip Hanson,P. Hanson,K. Pavitt
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (May 3, 2002)
Category: Business & Finance
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By Professor Philip Hanson, P. A systematic comparison of the institutions and incentive systems governing the processes of technological invention, innovation and diffusion in advanced market and centrally planned economies. Economics, Finance, Business & Industry. International Economics.
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Keywords: Comparative Economic Systems, Comparative Economics, New Comparative Economics.
Keywords: Comparative Economic Systems, Comparative Economics, New Comparative Economics. The changes that took place since late Eighties, particularly globalisation and transition, have had profound consequences for economics. The motivation that the above authors give to their answer is presented as follows: "Traditional comparative economics has evolved into a new field.
Traditional comparative economics, which dates back at least to the discussions of market socialism in the .
Traditional comparative economics, which dates back at least to the discussions of market socialism in the 1930s, studied under what circumstances either the plan or the market delivers greater economic efciency. By the time socialism collapsed in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, this question lost much of its appeal.
We then apply this logic to study the structure of efficient institutions, the consequences of colonial transplantation, and the politics of institutional choice.